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nevada o governor's state of tfhe statea. address from the capitol in carson city governor sandoval was the first hispanic governor in 2010. he's up for re-election next year. we're going to the state house now. [applause] [applause] >> please be seated. governor sandoval, we welcome wl you to the chambers, and we look forward to your message. thank you. he thank c you.hed membs of t madam speaker, mr. president, distinguished members of the legislature, honorable justices of the nevada supreme court, constitutional officers, senator myellow honored guests, my fellow nevadans, for nearly 150 years, governors before me havey stood in front of this body ande delivered their state of thedre the persal deliv the personal delivery of a alni biannual message has become onee of ourd most honored tradition. i'm proud to be here tonight to continue this tradition along with my wife, the first lady, kathleen, and my three children, marissa, t madeleine, and james. thank you for your love and support. [applause] i want to take a moment and pause and remember two i had extraordinary nevadans,
, and a little while. first, congressman steven horsford, a democratic freshman from nevada. he is up next. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ [video clip] >> 3 meters. ok, stand by. >> contact. >> glad to see you. >> it's hard to realize now 25 years after apollo-soyuz what the climate was like back then. in a way, after the years of khrushchev and stalin and communism, the lectern with his shoe and all that, the soviets were very foreign to us. after some of the things that happened, we thought they were pretty aggressive people -- and i will not say monsters, but they probably thought we were monsters. so we very quickly broke through that, because when you deal with people that are in the same line of work as you are and you are around them for a short time, you discover that they are human beings. >> this weekend on american history tv, oral history, on the 1975 meeting in space between u.s. astronauts and soviet cosmonauts, sunday at 3:00 p.m. eastern on c-span3. [video clip] >> from the very start, organized militaries have always spent a lot of their time fighting unconventional, a regular
shown signs of dementia was discovered by police in nevada county. investigators say he left his elk grove home mon without his medication. >> at that point we saw it reached the level of contacting chp to have a silver alert issued. >> silver alerts are not for every missing senior. the person must be in danger because of from age, physical or mental health -- or their age, physical or mental health. unlike an amber alert used for children. a silver alert will not put signs on state highways. >>> new details are emerging about a lawsuit filed by pennsylvania's governor against the ncaa. the 43-page complaint filed this morning seeks to vacate the harsh penalties handed down to penn state university in the wake of the jerry sandusky sex abuse scandal. the sanctions include a $60 million fine and a four-year bowl ban. at a news conference this morning, he said the punishments were essentially a power play and they were unlawful and overreaching. >> these sanctions did not punish sandusky nor did they punish the others who have been criminally charged. rather, they push the past, the p
, dist inguished members of the legislature, honorable justices of the nevada supreme court, a constitutional officers, a senator heller and honored guests and my fellow nevada is. for nearly 150 ears governors before me have stood in front of this body and deliver the state of the state address. the personal delivery of biennial messages they honored tradition. i am proud to be here tonight to continue this tradition along with my wife, the first lady, kathleen, and my three children. thank you for your love and support. [applause] i want to take a moment and pause to remember to extraordinary nevadans both i had the honor to serve west first, a gene to and tired -- devoted her entire life as a mother, a schoolteacher and state legislator. her son is with us tonight to. tick, nevada will not soon forget your mother or her service. [applause] and our friend senator -- who's served with honor and distinction for over four decades. his legacy is a stirring reminder for those in public service, there are no barriers to what can be accomplished if we summon the will to work toge
. woman: all the growth and everything that's occurred in southern nevada has been with colorado river water. without it, the west as you know it today couldn't exist. narrator: to sustain their growing community with its limited supply, las vegas learned to be extremely efficient. mulroy: this is a desert, and it has its own beauty, but you have to get beyond what you're used to. as long as people recognize they're moving to the desert and give up this notion that they have to bring eastern vegetation with them and make the necessary adaptations in their own life, desert communities can continue to live. man: the biggest water user in the desert is turf. turf uses a lot of irrigation and uses spray irrigation, so what we've done here is use artificial turf. you're never going to be able to achieve the look of back east or the look of, say, california, with subtropical plants, but our landscapes are still lush and use about 30% of what the subtropical landscape with turf would use. las vegas has adopted a drought tolerant ordinance. we're using less water today than we used five years
to the governor of nevada giving his state of the state address giving out this particular issue. [video clip] >> i announced nevada would comply with the affordable care act as they related to the expansion of medicare services. as a result, some 78,000 more nevadans will have coverage without facing the new tax penalties imposed by the affordable care act. [applause] the federal law allows us to shift the mental health and other state spending to other sources say. the general on nearly $25 million over the biennium. over the next six years, this will create up to 8000 new health-care jobs and inject over half a billion dollars into where state's economy. as i noted before, we must increase taxes to bear the increased cost of the affordable care act, but the issue of the long-term health care costs remain. as such, i believe we must ask certain medicaid patients to have a modest contribution. i will insist nv will be able to opt out of the expansion program in early -- in later years should circumstances change. [applause] beyond medicaid, my budget provides additional funding for our state
to nevada at this hour. a state that has come to symbolize the power and importance of the growing latino vote. the president is expected to lay out his own vision for immigration reform and show his public support for the bipartisan senate plan that was announced only yesterday. >> joining me now for our daily fix chris cali sfwl sxwl a, managing editor of post politics.com, and susan page, washington bureau chief for usa today. chris, what we are told is contrary to some reports that there is not a great deal of distance between what the president is going to say tow today and what the senate announced, at least as far as it goes, if the senate were to collapse, the senate plan were to collapse, then he might come out with perhaps a more liberal plan, but he is pretty much in sync on the advice of the congressional hispanic caucus to stay in line with what they're doing on the hill? >> that's incredibly meaningful because what that means is that it's not two tracks that this is running on. it's one track. this senate proposal -- again, there are a fair number of specifics in the senate
are very influential senators tomorrow in nevada. there is going to be a lot of overlap, everyone is excited. >> eight senators on each side of the aisle among the four or five things they are talking about is a -- is illegal immigrants. >> we like to call them undocumented workers. >> some of the other things if you have an advanced degree in science they want to make it easier for you to stay because of our need for scientists. are any of these things going to be sticking points do you think? >> it is important for your viewers to see immigration reform has a three legged stool. first it is border enforcement. that is the thing they talked about most in the senate. unbelievable amounts of border security and internal security. >> second is what do you do with people already here? third is future flow. i think future flow of immigrants coming to the united states high-tech family, low tech, all that have, that is going to be where the confusion is going to be. the first two they are going to find agreement, the last one is going to be where the rubber hits the road. >>> thanks so
seen in a motel on the nevada side. the sheriff's department in douglas, nevada is now handling the investigation. >>> police have given us surveillance video of a suspect. live in the city with that video and the growing effort to find justice. >> reporter: julyy, the suspect in this case was faceless in the crowd until now. that's because the tenderloin is laced with surveillance cameras like that one. one of them captured an image place need your help to find. you are looking in slow motion at a man who moments before running into this surveillance camera robbed this woman, and killed her dog. >> the only way i can sleep is with her blanket. >> reporter: she is still too scared to show her face, or use her name. last friday, she pulled over in the gritty tenderloin district to find her phone. that's when a man robbed her, and threw the pekinese into oncoming traffic. >> if you would do something like this to you and her dog, i have a feeling you will do something again like this to someone else. >> reporter: he stopped to help as the crime was happening. dog lovers themselves
debate as president obama puts forth his vision today in nevada. those reports after these messages. >> bill: impact segment tonight intently how long has he worked here, 20 minutes? >> hello. >> okay, colmes, any quibble with the interview. >> you asked good questions and he gave you good answers. >> bill: do you think he will become a democrat? >> no. >> bill: do you think he will leave the republican party. >> i think the republican party needs a bigger tent. he is an example of why it is necessary. >> bill: he seemed to me during that interview to be more democrat than republican. did he seem that way to you. >> he wasn't really making republican arguments about how the republican party can improve their position. vis-a-vis minorities. vits is a v black. he was making mostly democrat he doesn't want the voter i.d. which i think is ridiculous. he seems, colmes, to like the big spending entitlement culture that is rising in this country. he doesn't object to it. >> i think the key point here is that he talked about working for nixon and reagan. i don't know that those people could
of north dakota. mr. heller of nevada. ms. hirono of hawaii. mr. kaine of virginia. the vice president: please raise your right hand. do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that you bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that you take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you god? the group: i do. the vice president: congratulations, senators. [applause] the vice president: the clerk will call the names of the next group. the clerk: mr. king of maine. ms. klobuchar of minnesota. mr. manchin of west virginia. mrs. mccaskill of missouri. the vice president: please raise your right hand. do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that you bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that you take this obligation freely, without any mental reservat
vision today in nevada. those reports after these messages. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. if we took the already great sentra apart and completely reimagined it with best-in-class combined mpg and more interior room than corolla and civic and a technology suite with bluetooth, navigation, and other handy stuff? yeah, that would be cool. introducing the all-new nissan sentra. it's our most innovative sentra ever. nissan. innovation that excites. now get a $169 per month lease on a new nissan sentra, plus $500 bonus cash. ♪ >> bill: impact segment tonight intently how long has he worked here, 20 minutes? >> hello. >> okay, colmes, any quibble with the interview. >> you asked good questions and he gave you good answers. >> bill: do you think he will become a democrat? >> no. >> bill: do you think he will leave the republican party. >> i think the republican party needs a bigger tent. he is
reid does not want to fwe through tgo thr gyrations on gun policy because frankly he comes from nevada. harry reid has had a very high record from the nra, very high ranking from the nra. any of us who have been to nevada know that there is a very big gun culture there and the other surrounding states. frankly, the two senators from nevada and idaho where there is great gun culture have just as much votes as the two senators from california or from some other northeastern states. and i think it's important that the white house listen to some of these voices coming from some of the more rural areas like an idaho, like a nevada, because they vote, too. and we need to make them part of the debate. i've been very concerned to -- sorry. >> they'll clearly be listened to. that's not the point. the issue is how you build consensus for real gun -- >> have you seen folks from out west from the rural areas be part of the debates on the sunday shows? >> absolutely. ? i've seen a lot of urban mayor, but not the folks from the west. gr then you should listen up to what center joe manchin had to say
of california, and majority leader senator reid from nevada. both won reelection in 2010. over a year later, in marc march 2011, brightsource still have no loan. brightsource ceo said in an e-mail to jonathan silver, who was an executive director of the energy department's loan guarantee program. he was responsible for making sure that these are loans went through. woolard wanted silver to draft, to review a draft e-mail that john bryson, is chairman of the board of brightsource energy, was planning to send to william daley, who was then chief of staff to president obama at the white house. quote, and this is from e-mail, either e-mail or call when you can with suggestions, woolard wrote. the e-mail stated quote, the white house needs to focus on finalizing the loan guarantee for will be the largest solar thermal project in the world. brightsource energies project was conditionally approved more than a year ago and is in the final stages of being completed. we need a commitment from the white house regarding that loan closure. at a house energy and commerce subcommittee meeting last may, ch
no objection, without objection, so ordered. the senator in -- from nevada. mr. reid: very quickly, we have worked really hard this week. we had to be here, we senators, are happy to be here, but there are four individuals who didn't have to work this week but they volunteered to do so. they are the four pages who kept this place operating with helping the floor staff and us. they could be home with their families and friends enjoying the holiday. instead, they are here with us. we have 18-year-old jared nakura of arlington. he gave up his winter break to be here. 23-year-old priscilla pelly of washington, d.c. she is a staff assistant in my office. 22-year-old erin shields of tacoma, maryland. and 16-year-old winden liu of hawaii, the only remaining current page who skipped her vacation to help here. i want the record to reflect our deep appreciation to them and wish them the very best in their future endeavors. mr. president, working throughout the night and throughout the day, we have reached an agreement with senator mcconnell to avert tax increases on middle-class americans. i have sai
of labor hilda solis. two of the outstanding members of the congressional delegation from nevada, steve horseburg and vina titus. your own mayor carolyn goodman! but we also have some mayors that flew in because they know how important the issue we're going to talk about today is, maria lopez rogers from avondale, arizona, quassim reed from atlanta, georgia, greg stem from phoenix, arizona, and ashley swearington from fresno, california. and all of you are here as well as some of the top labor leaders in the country and we are just so grateful, some outstanding business leaders are here as well. and, of course, we got wonderful students here. so i could not be prouder of our students. is now those of you that have a seat, feel free to take a seat. i don't mind. [ inaudible ] >> i love you back. last week, last week i had the honor of being sworn in for a second term as president of the united states. and during my inaugural address, i talked about how making progress on the defining challenges of our time doesn't require us to settle every debate or ignore every difference that we may h
's another reason. squeeze out enough votes to make nevada competitive again. that's true, too. not the reason you're supposed to say out loud. but you've come a long way. well, you've come away. >> well, they could write a book on what not to do as a candidate. wnchts great sadness, we say good-bye to the show that we live here every day, nbc's "30 rock." after seven sins, liz lemon and jack donahe sign off with a one-hour episode on nbc. god, doesn't get any better. >> waunt want to hear something shocking? i've never seen an episode. i figure one day i'll be sick and i'll watch the whole box set. >> i'll get you with the birthday gift. >> start with season one. >> as long as you're nice to me. >> that's my pledge. >> okay. >> you heard it here. >> until tomorrow. >> still ahead on "way too early." why are you awake? your texts, e-mails and tweets is next. "morning joe" is just moments away. officemax knows... ...tax time can be...well...taxing. so right now we'll give you... ...$10 off any turbo tax deluxe level software or higher! find thousands of big deals now... ...at of
obama's inaugural address. speaking in reno, nevada, way waywayn wayne lapierre lashed out at one word from president obama. >> we cannot mistake absolutism, or treat name calling as reasoned debate. >> obama wants to turn the idea of absolutism into a dirty word, just another word for extremism. he wants you, all of you, and americans throughout all of this country, to accept the idea of principles as he sees fit. it's a way of redefining words so that commonsense is turned upside down and that nobody knows the difference. >> lapierre vowed not to give ground on gun control including efforts to increase background checks. a new poll found 92% of americans favor background checks for all gun buyers. >> he wants to put every private, personal firearms transaction under the thumb of the federal government. and he wants to keep all of those names in a massive federal registry. there's only two reasons for a federal list on gun owners. to either tax them or take them. that's the only reason. and anyone who says that's excessive, president obama says you're an absolutist. >> it's back to bu
indiana and ohio, as far as nevada. a lot of people coming from all around the country here to use the metro. you heard adam tuss say earlier, make sure you have enough money on your smart cards. as of right now here at the new carrollton station, all is well. two trains are running every 10 to 15 minutes. they don't expect that to change unless they get overwhelmed with passenge passengers. >> tony tull, thanks so much. live in new carrollton. it is 4:27 on this inauguration morning. there's much more to come on this special edition of news 4 live on capitol hill. trains ready to take people to and from the events. but there are some changes. we'll look at what stations you should avoid. >> we'll hear from a catering company responsible for a lot of the food that will be served today. including 4,000 crab cakes. how they get ready for such a big event.
able to board the trains. i talked to people from indiana. some people from nevada. some people from all around the country are coming here. now, i have that -- this beautiful young lady is from? >> jamaica. >> she's come from jamaica not to miss this inauguration. >> there you go. this is a part of history that i want to be a part of. i just want say that i admire the president for his decency and his commitment to just letting people be -- >> welcome to the states. >> thank you. >> have fun in d.c. you guys have fun. have a safe trip. metro is running very well. real quick before we send it back, take a look. these are the smart cards that we've been talking about. the special inauguration ones here. you guys paid how much for them? >> $15. >> you ride all day. $15 you ride all day. >> all right, ladies. they're here for a good time. back to you in the stewed crow. >> we know you can still load up the regular smart trip cards but the special inaugural ones sold out yesterday i believe. >> let's take a look at the roads. danella? >> the beltway, inner loop in green belt, this is mak
delegation of nevada. your own mayor carolyn goodman. we also have the mayors that flew in because they know how important the issue we are going to talk about today is, rogers from aven dale, arizona. casime reed from atlanta, georgia. greg sam from phoenix, arizona. arch and ashley from fresno, california. and all of you are here as well as some of the top labor leaders in the country. we are grateful outstanding business leaders are here as well. of course we have wonderful students here. those of you who want have a seat. i love you back. last week i had the privilege of being sworn in for a second term as president of the united states. during my inaugural address i talked about how making progress on the defining challenges of our time doesn't require us to settle every mistake or ignore every difference we may have but it does require to find common ground and move forward in common purpose. some doe bates will -- debates e contentio contentious. the reason i came today is because of the challenges where the differences are dwindling where a broad concept is emerging. where a call for
's the difference in florida, virginia, colorado and nevada, other states impacted as well. romney took white males and independents by significant margins, but when you bunch it altogether, when you bunch it up, it was an entitlement vote this year. american families earning less than $30,000 a year broke big for the president, 62% to 35. so it's clear to left wing ideology did not win the day for mr. obama, big spending did, many in the media would have us believe that liberal ideology was confirmed by this election, it was not. however, however, secularism is certainly eroding traditional power, no question about it. those americans who attend religious services at least once a week, voted for romney, 59-39. the religious is on at decline. despite the presidential controversial insistence that some catholic entities provide birth control and after-pills, catholics supported obama 50-48. down from 2008, but still a surprise to some. only about 30% of american catholics now attend weekly mass. you can see the impact of creeping secularism on the religious vote. on paper the stats look hopeless for
for the president and that's the difference in florida, virginia, colorado and nevada, other states impacted as well. romney took white males and independents by significant margins, but when you bunch it altogether, when you bunch it up, it was an entitlement vote this year. american families earning less than $30,000 a year broke big for the president, 62% to 35. so it's clear to left wing ideology did not win the day for mr. obama, big spending did, many in the media would have us believe that liberal ideology was confirmed by this election, it was not. however, however, secularism is certainly eroding traditional power, no question about it. those americans who attend religious services at least once a week, voted for romney, 59-39. the religious is on at decline. despite the presidential controversial insistence that some catholic entities provide birth control and after-pills, catholics supported obama 50-48. down from 2008, but still a surprise to some. only about 30% of american catholics now attend weekly mass. you can see the impact of creeping secularism on the religious vote. on paper th
the lawmakers and harry reid of nevada made sure it got in to have a provision in there saying patients don't have to answer if they are asked by their doctor whether they have a eun. protected thanks to the nra. why is the nra guy so surprised that they may be asking? >> bill: answer me this megyn. >> okay. >> bill: the president makes a point in his presentation about guns to mention mental health people all right? he is going to direct them. is he going to give them authority in this area. >> that they may. >> bill: that they may. >> clarifying his law doesn't prohibit. clarifying that indeed they may. >> bill: that's a little bit of spin. >> they have been doing it, bill. they have been doing it. if you are a physician and somebody comes into your office with six gunshot wounds you have a right to ask about the gun. i saw the president and he is not a guy ha ad-libs a lot. this is on the tell prompter specifically point out that he is giving the authority to school officials,mental health officials. to get into this area. and i think that just raises red flag going all right. now what?
@bretbaeir. unemployment rates dropped in 22 states last month. they were up in 16. unchanged in 12. nevada and rhode island share the highest job lest rate at 10.#%. the usual suspects with an unusual job. the obama re-election team is morphing to a political advocacy group. you will recognize many of the players. chief white house correspondent ed henry on the first of its kind move. president obama's final campaign ended 7 # days ago. or did it? adding new meaning to term "permanent campaign" the president is converting the chicago campaign apparatus to a non-profit lobbying group. aimed to pressure congress to support the second term agenda quickly after monday's inaugural. >> i think you will see the strength of the campaign organization turn over to the new issue advocacy organization. and put their muscle behind passing comprehensive immigration reform. passing responsiblebe gun safety measures. >> the group launchs sunday at obama campaign legacy conference in washington. at the helm, will be the president's campaign manager. jim messina and other familiar faces. stephanie cutter, robert gibb
, from nevada. great debate with stephanopoulos, no spin, no bull. and cindy withholding our laname in connecticut. you men can't tell women they can't have abortion. the state has been allowing abortions for pretty much any reason in the third trimester, cindy. if like governor cuomo, you support that, you better hope, better hope there's no judgment day. my job is to protect the kids and i will continue to do it. marsha, from new jersey, late term abortion is murder, period-- unless catastrophic harm to the mother is inevitable. from florida, just finished killing kennedy, the most fascinating nonfiction book, i've read. and i'm going to send you, copies of the declaration of independence and the constituti constitution. at the inauguration, hilarious, and waters world, total waste of time. for you, not for waters, he's having a blast. and finally tonight the tip of the day, the movie of my book, killing lynn done, national geographical channel. produced by ridley scott and tom hanks is
, he's otherwise occupied. and mayor john hickman, from nevada. great debate with stephanopoulos, no spin, no bull. and cindy withholding our laname in connecticut. you men can't tell women they can't have abortion. the state has been allowing abortions for pretty much any reason in the third trimester, cindy. if like governor cuomo, you support that, you better hope, better hope there's no judgment day. my job is to protect the kids and i will continue to do it.
, the numbers, yes, i'm sure they do no mystery why the president is in nevada, certainly want to paint that state blue as well what is your sense of it, can -- will congress come together in the math has changed enor mousily on immigration politics. ly be able to get his reforms through congress? >> reporter: we are hearing more optimism from both sides of congress today on the sunday talk shows than perhaps people have heard in a while and perhaps one reason, miguel, could be taking a look at the poll numbers. when you have a cnn/orc poll that was taken just a week before the president took office for his second term, it asked people what should you can the policy for immigration on illegal immigrants? what was interesting, half, 53% of people said there should be a plan to allow people to become citizens of the u.s., 43% were actually favoring deportation and border security, but if you look at the numbers from 2011, they were almost opposite at that point. we have seen public opinion shift on this in just two years. it may be one reason that we are hearing this renewed policy discus
the white house welcomed the deal. president obama will travel to nevada tuesday to lay out his vision which overlaps with the senate version. >> the president believes that it's very important that we move forward on comprehensive immigration reform. it's the right thing to do for the country. >> reporter: passage is widely expected in the senate, but the roadblock could come in the house. the rep conservatives have voiced concern -- republican conservatives have voiced concerns about creating paths to citizenships before holes in u.s. border security are closed. in an effort to gather more republican support for these proposals the path to citizenship has some stopgaps built into it. the senators say they will not allow those portions of the reforms to move forward until goals on border security are met. in the newsroom tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. >> fox 5 political analyst mark plotkin joins us now to help break this down even more. we know this is a bipartisan group of lawmakers besides marco rubio, who are the other key players? >> yes. john mccain who is the standard bearer of the rep
in nevada. we will carry the remarks this afternoon. how should the laws on immigration reform be changed or enforced? here are the numbers to call. for democrats, 202-585-3880. for republicans, 202-585-3881. for independents, 202-585-3882. you can also find us online, send us a tweet by writing to twitter.com/c-spanwj, or share your comments with us on facebook by searching for c- span. you can also e mail us, journal@c-span.org. here is the headline from "the washington post," this morning -- "senators outline immigration plan." host: let's take a listen to some of that press conference from yesterday afternoon. senator chuck schumer opened things up. here is what he had to say about the details so far. [video clip] >> americans overwhelmingly oppose illegal immigration and support legal immigration. to this end, we have four basic pillars. tough but fair passed to citizenship for illegal immigrants in the united states. second, reforming the legal immigration system to better recognize the importance of characteristics that will help to build the american economy and strengthen america
nevada, where one in four residents is latino, the president vowed to overhaul the nation's immigration system. he promised to strengthen enforcement at the workplace, stepping up penalties for hiring undocumented workers. streamline the legal immigration system for high-skilled workers. and at the center of his plan, create a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants, already living in the united states. >> we've got to lay out a path, a process that includes passing a background check, paying taxes, paying a penalty, learning english, and then going to the back of the line. >> reporter: he also issued this warning. >> and if congress is unable to move forward in a timely fashion, i will send up a bill based on my proposal, and insist that they vote on it right away. >> reporter: the president's critics are howling. when senator marco rubio defended reform to rush limba h limbaugh, he got an earful. >> what you are doing is admirable and noteworthy. you are recognizing reality. my concern is the president wants people to believe something that isn't true, that you rea
. that was a difference in florida, virginia, colorado, and nevada. other states were impacted as well.ol romney took white males and independents by significant margins. when you punch it all up together. when you bunch it up, it was anhe entitlement vote this year. american families earning less than $30,000 a year broke big for the president. 62% to 35. so it's clear that left wing ideology did not win the day for barack obama. big spending on federal programs did. that's the key. because many in the media would have us believe liberal ideology was confirmedve by this election. it was not.ol however, however. secularism is certainly eroding traditional power. no question about it. those americans who attend religious services at least once a week voted for romney 59 to 39. the problem is church-going is is on the decline in this country. here is an example. despite the president's controversial insistence that some catholic entities provide birth control and after pills, catholics supported obama 50% to 48%. down from 2008 but still a surprise to some. but only only about 30% of american catholics
. they put their factories, other states, texas had success in poaching california businesses. nevada is always poaching whatever from california it can, but frankly, you know, the economy here is so big, the corporate people who are located here like living in california they like the work force, they like the state university system, that you know, supplies you know, a class of workers that it's hard to find elsewhere in the country. and you know, it's hard for the silicon valley companies to stock their, you know, their businesses with the kind of trained engineers that are available to them in california. >> greta: well, there's a little bit of rub among many people because in the fiscal cliff bill there was tax benefits extended to hollywood which other parts of the country didn't get. >> yeah, hollywood has been very skilled at keeping its tax breaks both in california and with the u.s. congress and the other example you had a lot of of tax breaks up for discussion, there was a push to raise taxes, but hollywood kept its tax break and so did the wind companies. the companies tha
, nevada, all of those governors will be interesting to see how many of them are very vulnerable in 2014 or not. christie, obviously, is the 2013 -- not very null vulnerable. maine, very vulnerable. this could be where some of the action is here. democratic legislatures here. here are the places where there are democratic governors and a divided legislature. arkansas, missouri and montana. arkansas is sort of the lone holdout in the south where republicans have gotten everything. but they have super majorities in places like missouri and arkansas. so they have effectively -- they can override any veto of the democratic governor, whether it's tax rates, any of those things. so they have effective control on that front. let's look at this, the other places where there is divided government in iowa, the house and senate. the governor there, republican governor. new hampshire, oh, you've seen there, not surprising. washington state, a little surprising. since it's a state with democratic dominance, if you will. and kentucky, a little surprising, since it's a state with republican dominance.
in the abstract nevada coming clean with the public only if we sharply curtail all popular programs. when i read that quote, what i immediately think of is the debate where governor romney identified big bird because the best that he could come up with in termings of a cut was pbs, which i think makes the point. >> michael, it's a lot worse than that. you may recall that president obama, through the affordable care act, generated 700 in the entitlements. no, they attacked them for those cuts. and they said we'll put it back in. so the hipocrasey is very deep. this is a little economic. just do this thought experiment. suppose you found an honest republican, and there are some, who said we can balance the bungt. if we collect 25% of gdp in revenue and spend 25% in out leis, those balances are out. they would run from you in horror. they're not interested in balancing the budget. they're interested in shrinking the government. however, when it actually comes to plans, trugman is partially right. now, there are republicans who talk about block-granting medicaid. who talk about premium support. they
given them a majority in the senate. delaware's christine o'donnell, colorado's ken buck, nevada's sharron angle, missouri's todd akin, and indiana's richard mourdock, and then you add in the fact that the rightward leaning gop electorate has also attracted some fringy candidates to the presidential race who led according to the polls at different points. let's take a quick walk down memory lane and revisit these names and faces. donald trump led at one point, michele bachmann led at one point, rick perry, herman cain, newt gingrich, rick santorum. what do they have in common? they were leading in the polls. what's your prescription for this primary problem? >> well, my next endeavor, the nonpaying one, is going to be to head up the republican main street partnership to give comfort and cover to both center right republicans and center left, i guess, democrats to stand up from the fringe groups on the right and left who have the courage to do the right thing. you know, if governor rendell and i were in charge, we would have fixed this thing in about a week and a half, and everybo
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